Културно наследство в миграция | International Conference “Cultural Heritage in Migration”: PROGRAMME
INSTITUTE OF ETHNOLOGY AND FOLKLORE SCIENCES WITH ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES International Conference “Cultural Heritage in Migration” Sofia, 15-16 June, 2017
International Conference “Cultural Heritage in Migration”: PROGRAMME
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International Conference “Cultural Heritage in Migration”: PROGRAMME

12 юни International Conference “Cultural Heritage in Migration”: PROGRAMME

DAY 1
June 15 (Thursday)

9:00       OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE
9:20 – 10:40
SESSION 1: CULTURAL HERITAGE ABROAD: FACTORS FOR THE CONSOLIDATION AND INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF DIASPORA COMMUNITIES
Chair: Nikolai Vukov, IEFSEM-BAS

Native Language as Cultural Heritage and Social Instrument in Migration
Irina Sedakova, Institute for Slavic Studies – Moscow, Russian Academy of Sciences

Folklore as Legacy
Veneta Yankova, “Konstantin Preslavski” University of Shumen – Shumen, Bulgaria

Class and Religion in Shaping Tradition among the Istanbul-based Orthodox Bulgarians
Magdalena Elchinova, New Bulgarian University

The Town and the Heritage of Migration
Meglena Zlatkova, Plovdiv University “Paissiy Hilendarski” – Plovdiv, Bulgaria

11:00 – 12:40
SESSION 2: CULTURAL HERITAGE AND IMMIGRANT INSTITUTIONS
Chair: Magdalena Elchinova, New Bulgarian University

Institutions and Their Representations of Compatriotism (Slovak Diaspora Politics and Slovak Diaspora in Romania)
Natália Blahová, Slovak Academy of Sciences – Bratislava, Slovakia

Bulgarian Immigrant Community Institutions and the Policy of the Bulgarian State to Them: Phases of Their Development
Jordan Yanev, independent scholar – Sofia, Bulgaria

Bulgarian Educational Institutions Preserving the Native Language of the Bulgarian Minority in Hungary
Ralitsa Savova, University of West Hungary – Sopron, Hungary

Bulgarian Schools in Chicago and their Role in Promoting Cultural Heritage of Bulgarian Immigrants in the United States
Boian Koulov & Mariyanka Borisova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences – Sofia

Cultural Associations of the Bulgarian Diaspora in Spain and the Maintenance of Cultural Heritage in Migration
Nikolai Vukov & Valentin Voskresenski, IEFSEM-BAS – Sofia, Bulgaria

14:00 – 15:20
SESSION 3: IMMIGRANT HERITAGE “ON THE MOVE”: HISTORICAL AND PRESENT-DAY PERSPECTIVES
Chair: Meglena Zlatkova, Plovdiv University “Paissiy Hilendarski”

Immigration of Bulgarian Market-gardeners in Hungary – Integrated Migrant Model in the 19th and 20th c. in the Central Europe
Ferenc Bódi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Budapest, Hungary

Czech Migration to Bulgaria after 1878 – Mutual Influences
Pavel Zeman, Masaryk University – Brno, Czech Republic

Sociocultural Integration of Russian Émigré Iconographers in Local Church Units on the Two Sides of the Iron Curtain and Their Heritage, School, and New 20th c. Artistic and Spiritual Traditions
Liana Galabova, Independent researcher – Sofia, Bulgaria

Whose Songs I Am Singing
Anna Dantchev, University of Arts – Helsinki, Finland

15:40 – 17:00
SESSION 4: EXPRESSIONS OF HOMENESS – HERITAGE PROJECTIONS IN IMMIGRANTS’ EVERYDAY LIFE
Chair: Tanya Matanova, IEFSEM-BAS

The Common Language: Food
Leena Samin Naqvi, Independent researcher – Sweden

Is “Flija” Just a Food?! – Traditional Food As an “Icon” of Cultural Identity
Lumnije Kadriu, Institute of Albanology – Prishtina, Kosovo

Homes of Bulgarian Emigrants and Preservation of Cultural Heritage
Mila Maeva, IEFSEM-BAS – Sofia, Bulgaria

Transnationalism, Identity and Material Culture in the Finnish-Lithuanian and Greek-Lithuanian Families
Akvilė Motuzaitė, University of Turku – Turku, Finland

 

DAY 2
June 16 (Friday)

9:00 – 10:40
SESSION 5: HERITAGE AND THE MAINTENANCE OF ETHNO-CULTURAL IDENTITIES ABROAD
Chair: Lina Gergova, IEFSEM-BAS

Cross-crafting Heritage in the Lithuanian Diaspora in the USA: Expression of National Identity
Skaidrė Urbonienė, Lithuanian Culture Research Institute – Vilnius, Lithuania

Turkish Heritage in the UK and Its Role in the Formation of Identity and Belonging
Semra Eren-Nijhar, Cyprus Turkish Association – London, UK

Bulgarian National Identity and Cultural Heritage in Thuringia, Germany – Preservation, Transmission, and Obstacles
Tanya Dimitrova, Friedrich Schiller University – Jena, Germany

Inscriptions on the Landscape: Martenitsa in Cincinnati as an Invocation of International Community
Sarah Craycraft, Comparative Studies and Folklore – The Ohio State University, USA

11:00 – 12:40
SESSION 6: CULTURAL HERITAGE AND RELIGIOUS IDENTITIES
Chair: Irina Sedakova (Russian Academy of Sciences)

The Parish Abroad – Characteristics and Functions
Katya Mihaylova, IEFSEM-BAS – Sofia, Bulgaria

The Russian-Lipovans in Italy: Preserving Cultural and Religious Heritage in Migration
Nina Vlaskina, Russian Academy of Sciences, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Back to the Roots or “Import” of Protestantism in England
Velislav Altanov, IEFSEM-BAS – Sofia, Bulgaria

The Religious Rituals of the Anastenarides in Greece
Evy Johanne Håland, Independent researcher – Norway

Migration of Relics of Saint Petka as Symbol of Balkan Spiritual and Ethno-cultural Unity from Hesychasm to Nowadays
Luba Stefanova, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” – Sofia, Bulgaria

14:00 – 15:40
SESSION 7: CULTURAL HERITAGE AS A RESOURCE FOR IMMIGRANTS’ ADJUSTMENT AND ADAPTATION
Chair: Natália Blahová (Slovak Academy of Sciences)

Replacement: Real and Internalized Geography in the Psychology of Migration
Slobodan Dan Paich, Victor Babes University – Timisoara, Romania – Displacement

Migration, Cultural Heritage Management and Integration. “How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb”
Fabio Carbone, Faculty of Business and Law, Coventry University – Coventry, UK

The Hybrid Identity: The Wonderful Feeling to Have Arrived. A Case History
Lilia Uslowa, Stadt- und Regionalbibliothek – Gera, Germany

Cultural Heritage in Immigration: The Bulgarian Cultural Center for Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware
Iveta Pirgova, Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center – New Jersey, USA

European Cities and Heritage Contribution by Migrants: How to Consolidate the New Communities without Overriding Identities
Stefania Scarsini, EkkentrosLondon, UK

16:00 – 17:20
SESSION 8: CULTURAL HERITAGE IN MIGRATION – USES, FUNCTIONALIZATION AND PROMOTION
Chair: Boian Koulov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Ethnic Entrepreneurship among Bulgarian Communities Abroad and Our Cultural Heritage
Vladimir Penchev & Tanya Matanova, IEFSEM-BAS – Sofia, Bulgaria

Between Grassroots Institutions and Ethnic Business (BBR Foundation, London)
Lina Gergova & Yana Gergova, IEFSEM-BAS – Sofia, Bulgaria

Monetarising and Monitoring Bulgarian Cultural Heritage: Culturometric Rapid Appraisals
Béatrice Boufoy-Bastick, The University of the West Indies – Trinidad and Tobago

The Reverie of the Past: Reconstructing National Symbolic Environments in “Destination Bulgaria” through Diaspora Tourism from North America
Rossitza Ohridska-Olson, UNIBIT – Sofia, Bulgaria

17:30 – 18:00     FILM SCREENING
“The Rhythm of the Heart”
Documentary movie about the Bulgarian folklore ensemble Gorana Dance in New York
18:00 – 18:30     FINAL DISCUSSION AND CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE
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